north-eastern, or geordie, slang meaning ‘come on’, ‘hurry up’ and so on. voice intonation specifies the exact definition, often not understood by anyone outside of the newcastle area and thus causes much confusion for non-natives.
‘howay, we’re gonna be late’
english north east slang for “come on”
howay son, you’re holding us up
sound you make when your taking an extremely pleasurable dump “hrmmm,ah, wipe, flush!”
metog aka got’em aka bbnr. got’em originated in st. louis missouri. it is a universal term that can be used in pretty much any situation. it is used when something good happens, someone gets owned, or even as a greeting. metog is used rarely. it is saved for the most awesome of events. when you […]
catalan for b-tch your girlfriend is a meuca! i saw her yesterday night with another guy.
meuso is something like “special” or “violent” or really “smart” i know a very meuso guy! he is really wonderful!
a hispanik person that is half mexican half salvadorian…. usually the dad is salvadorian and the mom is mexican there r alot of mexadorians in houston texas